Earlier today we were contacted by Channel 103, asking us about our thoughts in the latest planning submission on the area around Kepple Tower. As you may recall, we helped 96-year-old Mary Herold with her dispute
The Planning Applications Committed have approved the new/revised planning application of Building 5 of the planned International Finance Centre on the Esplanade. SOSJ are considering requesting a Judicial Review.
Last year in March, we reported on the ‘Battle of Kepple Tower’ – a dense development of 16 apartments to be called ‘The Waves’ on the seafront at La Rocque which would detrimentally affect Seymour Cottage, the home of 86
Esplanade Car Park Update. Great news – the SOSJ team survey was successful, collecting over 220+ objections in 24 hours. Why so many? That’s because people hadn’t known beforehand… Read on and please share.
As 2014 brings us a New Year, SOSJ reports on the most worrying issue before islanders in environmental, social and financial terms. This is the hurried and unethically arranged development currently being rushed through by the States of Jersey Development
Save Our Shoreline Jersey recently carried out a straw poll ‘referendum’ of our active States members about the Finance Centre development. The poll indicated that there was very strong feeing against the impending construction of six five storey office blocks on
Save Our Shoreline Jersey submitted their third planning objection to the Finance Centre Development. The application for the 520 space underground car park has now been lodged by the States of Jersey Development Company with the Planning Department.
Following our recent submissions to the Planning Department and subsequent meeting with the Environment Minister, his Officers, the Applicant, and SOS members, we can now confirm that the Minister has added a condition to the planning consent relating to the
Friends and followers of Save Our Shoreline Jersey may be aware that for some time we have been working hard to try to save this section of the Town Heritage Sea Wall and Promenade from imminent destruction. The plans before
A year ago SOSJ started the process of ‘stocktaking’ hazardous substances that were being stockpiled at La Collette. These included the APCr toxic incinerator ash and the growing number of rotting shipping containers filled with asbestos and asbestos contaminated materials.
A critical problem at La Collette: 217 containers full of dangerous asbestos waste pile up at La Collette: A year’s worth of highly toxic APCr incinerator ash is already stockpiled. SOSJ believe that no toxic waste should be buried at